A precision pocket watch featuring a Spring Detent Chronometer by the watchmaker "JOSEPH WHITE & SON," based in Coventry, West Midlands, England:
The movement, manufactured around 1880, was cased in 1907, as determined by the hallmark, a common practice during that time. The delay in casing was typical, as movements were often sold separately by jewelers, and customers would later commission a custom case after purchase.
Traditional gilt-finished movement with a fusee chain drive.
Breguet-style winding detent with a free-sprung balance.
Temperature-compensated cut balance with a gold mean time screw.
Diamond pallet fork stone.
This high-end timepiece adheres to traditional style, crafted with meticulous attention to detail:
Presented in a specially weighty silver case (total weight 212g) and includes the original wooden box.
Impeccable quality and condition both internally and externally.
A desk watch of high precision and quality, recommended for those seeking traditional craftsmanship.
Delivery is guaranteed with practical accuracy within 5 seconds (in a fixed, flat position).
|JOSEPH WHITE & SON
|Spring Detent Chronometer
|Case diameter approx. 60mm Movement diameter approx. 49mm Total weight approx. 212g
We guarantee our watches for 2 years.(Excluding man-made failures)